Woolf sightings appear online daily, and Blogging Woolf posts the briefest of them on Facebook. Again today we have gathered a few to share with readers here as well. Here they are:
- Anne Fernald speaks about editing the Cambridge edition of Mrs. Dalloway at Widener University.
- Read the notes at the end of the book of poetry The Last Two Seconds by St. Louis poet Mary Jo Bang, and you’ll discover that six of the poems borrow their words from Virginia Woolf’s Mrs. Dalloway.
- It’s no surprise when sci-fi writer Ursula Le Guin says she was inspired by Woolf’s Orlando.
- Ann Hamilton and the SITI Company’s “the theater is a blank page,” on stage at the Wexner Center in Columbus, Ohio, April 23-26, uses text from To the Lighthouse.
- Woolf’s A Writer’s Life was a lifesaver for this writer.
- Woolf is cited in a Guardian article about the Vida study that says male writers continue to dominate literary criticism.